During World War II "VVV" was one of the few journals being published that was devoted to the continued dissemination of Surrealism. Published in New York from 1942 to 1944, the journal was edited by David Hare with the participation of André Breton, Marcel Duchamp, and Max Ernst. In addition to discussions on the fine arts and poetry, the journal also featured essays on anthropology, sociology, and psychology. Each edition was illustrated with works by the most recognizable Surrealist artists of the day, including Ernst, Breton, Giorgio de Chirico, Roberto Matta, Claude Levi-Strauss, and Yves Tanguy.
/ No jacket as issued. Illustrated with color and black and white images.Book is tight, but has heavy aging and wear around the edges. Back cover has large piece missing. Subject: ARTS, Advertising, Anthropology, POETRY, POETRY. Horizon Books is Seattle's longest running (and likely quirkiest) remaining independent used bookstore.
Started in 1971 by life long capitol hill native and Comet Tavern hillebrity Don Glover on 15th, the store was a local Seattle staple for more than 47 years, with other stores growing into 65th and Roosevelt, 85th and Greenwood, before finally merging into an underground online annex on 10th & Pike in 2009, where he shared a space with David Brown and Recollection Books until early 2017. This listing was created by Bibliopolis. The item "David HARE / VVV ALMANAC FOR 1943 Number 2-3 March 1943 Poetry Plastic Arts 1st" is in sale since Thursday, December 12, 2019. This item is in the category "Books\Antiquarian & Collectible". The seller is "seattlehorizonbooks" and is located in Seattle, Washington.This item can be shipped worldwide. Editor